aXcess: Church Planting in an Unreached Area of Northern Cambodia 

Work with a team of Alliance workers in and around Stung Treng City, one of the least churched areas of Cambodia, to establish communities of faith. This is a strategic area where The Alliance has a medical project at a nursing college with hundreds of nursing students, many of whom come from unreached people groups. There is also a growing impact in the local provincial hospital that is opening doors into lives.

aXcess: Empower a Provincial Hospital and Nursing School to Serve Their Community in Cambodia

Join us in partnering with the Cambodian government to strengthen a provincial hospital, which is missing some basic elements. We are using our hard-earned credit with the nearby nursing school in order to guide the hospital toward preventative care as well as model the type of spiritual care that we as believers have to offer.

aXcess: Addiction Recovery Ministry in Cambodia

Addiction, brokenness, and family dysfunction are rampant in Cambodia, bringing those caught in its web face to the ground in shame. By receiving God’s care and tough love, those looking for help can find healing, new habits and rhythms for life, restoration for their relationships, and a place in God’s Kingdom.

aXcess: Bring the Gospel to the Largest Unreached People Group in Cambodia

Although the gospel has taken root and thrived in Vietnam, across the border in Cambodia, immigrants from Vietnam remain without light—even though they are surrounded by the already-reached Khmer people who have experienced hope. The largest unreached people group in Cambodia is ripe for harvest, but few workers are willing to leave the places where churches have already been planted and go into the areas with no gospel access. We are praying for those willing to form a team with other IWs, Urban/Rural Ministry Training Center graduates, or other local believers to go.

aXcess: Bringing Good News to the Least-Reached People Group in Cambodia

This team is working to find ways to bring God’s Word into this large people group where less than 1 in 5,000 people know Christ. Relationship building, literacy learning, Scripture engagement, evangelism, and discipleship are key methods needed. The way this is done will depend on the skills and giftings of the successful applicant(s).